Recycled Plastic Decking

Create smart surfaces with decking engineered from our durable and weatherproof, 100% British recycled plastic.

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Recycled plastic decking is the maintenance-free solution for building a wide variety of structures.

Decked areas in private gardens, fishing pegs, boardwalks, cycleways, viewing and pond-dipping platforms are all well-suited uses of our durable recycled decking boards.

Any structure built from our decking will be impervious to frost, algae, salt and fuel spills. We’re so certain of its quality and durability that we offer a 25-year guarantee.

Recycled plastic decking is often used in domestic settings to ensure a non-slip surface. Timber decking commonly accumulates a build-up of slippery algae over the course of the autumn and winter, requiring annual jet washing. You can tick that task off your list by choosing our decking boards. As our materials are guaranteed, you’ll never need to repair or replace, either.

Achieving value for money is a key consideration for any purchase and, as our recycled plastic is completely rot-proof and splinter-free, the total-life costs of recycled plastic are considerably lower than its timber equivalent.

Recycled plastic boards for decking and Boardwalks Products

Recycled Plastic Decking FAQs

Recycled plastic boardwalk parts should always be stored laid flat on delivery, until you assemble them.

It can be cut and drilled like hardwood, but please be aware that this means you will go through blades and drill bits more quickly than if you were working with treated pine.

In many scenarios, recycled plastic lumber can be worked like hardwood, however it is worth noting that it should never be cut lengthwise.  This is to do with differing tensions between the “skin” of the recycled plastic and the inside. Nor should deep notches over 50% of the width of the plank be cut into it.  Cutting a notch into a lumber plank weakens it as would be the case with timber.  Therefore if notched planks are integral to your design, we suggest this is only as part of a finished product which remains static, ie. not something which is regularly moved or dismantled.

We strongly recommend using 100x100mm posts (RPL005) spaced at a maximum of 1.5 metres apart, centre to centre.

No, sorry. You will need to do your own workings out based on what you need and using our price and product list for the sizes.

Yes, we can cut your material to your specified sizes for a small charge (see price list).

Allowing for a 10mm gap between boards, each decking plank can be roughly counted as half a square metre.

The grooves on the surface should always be laid across the direction that people will walk. Where used over water, the grooves should always be parallel to the bank.

It is difficult and can be frustrating. We always advise drilling a pilot hole.

I’m afraid we don’t design and install ramps, platforms or boardwalks. We just manufacture and supply the boards.
Our recycled plastic does, however, cut and perform in a similar manner to hardwood planks, so the people you would normally use to make this if it were wood should be able to construct it from recycled plastic.
We would be happy to give you a price for the material and can cut it to size if you would like to supply a list of the planks you need. We are also happy to talk to any installers/joiners/volunteers on the phone if they would like additional support.

We’d expect it to last several decades, probably 40-75 years if you build it well.

We would strongly recommend using stainless steel bolts and screws for any recycled plastic structure, whether boardwalks, platforms or anything else, otherwise the fixings will need replacing long before the planks, rails and posts.